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By Gautam Desai from Kansas on 1/20/2009 1:05:41 PM
I am looking to move to Fort lauderdale...Need some help/Guidance to some of the decent suburbs or rental communites I can stay in. Something that has indian store and indian restaurents near by. I can be reached at desaigautam@hotmail.com
By Lahcen from 5FADaUtppaAm on 10/25/2015 1:05:16 PM
don't worry about writing loads of leness at once as readers will see that you haven't put work into them at all.9. length, keep it long, but not too long. make the article long enough to get your point across and get into detail, add more over time
By Shalini from Ft Lauderdale on 12/29/2009 10:11:08 AM
Hi I'm Shalini, I'm 24 and I recently moved to Ft. Lauderdale from NY and Im hating it here because I have no friends or family my age :(
By David from VzUzaZZBOITRLhgbleo on 4/8/2012 1:32:18 AM
I have pasted one of my acrtiles below. It pretty much covers what you need to know about camera's and the technology involved. Simply put, stay away from CMOS and cheap chinese knock-offs. Unless of course you are not worried about image quality.The thing to remember about night vision is, most camera's use IR emitters. Black and white camera's can see IR, colour can't. To work around this, there are colour camera's which switch to black and white at night. There are also true night vision IR camera's which can see in total darkness without IR illuminators, they are just really expensive. A middle of the road solution would be a Wide dynamic camera with slow shutter. These camera's are great at picking up low light detail on stationary objects don't expect them to pick up a moving person.As for DVR's in my years of experience in the industry I have found PC based systems (Particularly those based in Billyware AKA Windows) are crap. In my opinion, you are better off going with a dedicated embedded Linux based unit. Although these can also be considered computers and have similar qualities, they are running on Linux (Less memory issues) and their sole purpose it to record video. PC's are designed to do many things at an acceptable level. DVR's are designed to record video therefor more attention is paid to the functionality between components. As for the difference between Linux and Windows well just ask yourself how many times you have seen the blue screen of death. I'm thinking you might not want to loose important surveillance info just because your PC decided to freeze up.Now here is the article I promised:The starting point of any C.C.T.V. system is the camera. Simply stated, a camera is a light sensitive device that converts pacrtiles of light into electrical impulses, however, there is a vast difference in the quality of cameras available to the consumer. Factors that differentiate the various cameras include whether they are color, black and white, light sensitivity, image resolution and image transfer technology. The consumer must also consider the inherent advantages and disadvantages in each of these different camera technologies and decide which features best fit their individual needs and goals.In the past, color cameras have been both very expensive and lack-luster in their image performance, when compared to black and white cameras. New technology is now bringing the innovative technologies c
  


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